Our NBC affiliate didn't interrupt their regular day programming, but the CBS affiliate did. And what is so important out here in LA land? That is Los Angeles, not Louisiana. Well, actually the event is in the NW part of Los Angeles County--in the extreme west end of the famous "Valley." For those of you who don't remember the movie and song by the same name, the "Valley" is the San Fernando Valley.
And what is this event that the local news seems to be interested in?
Fire! Fire! Fire!
This time it's the super wealthy who have to evacuate. Hopefully the firefighters can keep the fire from crossing over...or "jumping" in fire parlance...the 101 Freeway. Because you see, if the fire jumps, it will go crazy as it always does when it jumps that freeway and it will go almost unchecked to...................
AND THAT's where the super, super wealthy of the TV, movie and rock stars live.
So, the poor is hit in one LA weeks ago; and now the wealthy are hit in another LA.
UPDATE: Just heard on the radio news here that another fire has started, htis one in the hills above Burbank. Uh oh. My city is next to Burbank and I live a few blocks below the hills. Hope the fire departments check that fire so it doesn't jump over to my hills. I don't live in the hills though....but the rich of my town do. Uh oh.
FYI: The first fire is at the extreme Western end of the San Fernando Valley and Burbank is at the extreme Eastern end of that same Valley.
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